The Los Angeles retro poppers on Rhye’s clean approach to songwriting, the Seinfeld theme song and the importance of pinewood.
As he releases his fourth LP in just a year’s span, Tim Presley is still writing homegrown guitar jams that are winsome and therapeutic.
Going from “Best New Music” to an artist you need to see at least five times, the Canadian songwriter sounds off on everything.
Frontman Cory Brandan talks to us about the band’s recent viral effort, moving forward from accolades, and how writing sporadically over the past few years has helped them make another genuine record.
We share a pint with the LA punks and talk about their affinity for beer, touring with The Hives and why the Silver Bullet rules.
On their way to Austin, lead vocalists Hether Fortune (Wax Idols) and Mish Way (White Lung) sent over a pretty open convo where they discuss weed, femininity and that one time when they met in Oakland.
The trio visited Toronto with must-sees Foxygen and Wampire, and we sat down with vocalist/guitarist Ruban Nielson to chat about the band’s visual experiments, tarot cards and Jagjaguwar’s courtship.
In the midst of his Magical Properties tour, we sat with the producer to discuss collabs, goals and his fear of becoming a meme.
The New Yorker sheds light on his new comedy sketch series, “working” with colleagues and how he’s been inspired by Drake.
16 studio records later, the teenagers have grown up, and like the genre they call home, their music has evolved and portrayed how a band can call The Ramones and Black Flag influences and still invade…